The Turkish drama won in the Best Telenovela category at the 62nd edition of the awards. All the winners, up next.

The winners of the 2023 Rose d’Or Awards have been announced in a ceremony in London hosted by comedian and writer, David Baddiel.

Major awards went to shows from the Belgium, Germany, France, Norway, Turkey, as well as the USA and the UK.

Chair of the Rose d’Or, Mark Rowland said: “The Rose d’Or Awards 2023 saw a wider range of subjects and treatments than ever before, with over 700 entries from 30 countries. It was a tough challenge for the judges – it came down to an incredibly strong group of finalists and to these worthy winners. For anyone who hasn’t watched these shows yet, you have a treat in store!”

Jean Philip De Tender, EBU Deputy Director General/Director Media said: “A Rose d’Or award is an accolade, an achievement, and a celebration of the very best programme making. This has been a vintage year for outstanding drama, compelling documentaries, and news and current affairs programmes that get under the skin of the essential issues. Programming that will stay with me for a very long time. Congratulations to the award winners who have told these stories and impacted us all. And kudos to the Rose d’Or team who consistently deliver this great showcase for outstanding work and for our industry. It has never been in such good shape.”

The full list of winners is as follows:

Soap or Telenovela
Another Love: Tims&B Productions/ Global Agency/ FOX TV/ Türkiye

Children and Youth
Dome 16: Tordenfilm/ Global Screen/ NRK/ Norway

Capture: who’s looking after the children?: Financial Times/ UK

Comedy Entertainment
A Whole Lifetime with Jamie Demetriou: BBC Studios Productions Comedy & Guilty Party Pictures/ Netflix/ UK

Emerging Talent
Ayo Edebiri, The Bear: FX Productions/ Hulu

The Man Who Played With Fire: Raw TV/ Sky/ Sky Documentaries/ UK

News and Current Affairs
children of the Taliban: Moondogs/ Dogwoof/ Channel 4/ Germany

The Shamima Begum Story: BBC News Long Form Audio/ BBC Sounds and BBC 5 Live/ UK

Nothing Compares: Tara Films & Ard Mhacha Productions in association with Field of Vision, Screen Ireland, BFI Doc Society Fund, ie:entertainment and Northern Ireland Screen/ Sky/ Sky Documentaries/ UK

Performance of the Year
Sarah Lancashire, Happy Valley: Lookout Point in co-production with AMC for BBC/ BBC Studios/ BBC/ AMC/ UK

Factual Entertainment and Reality
Justice in Jail: Woestijnvis/ Primitives/ Play Media/ Belgium

Studio Entertainment
The 1% Club: Magnum Media/ BBC Worldwide/ ITV1/ UK

Competition Reality
Destination X: Geronimo/ Be-Entertainment/ DPG Media/ VTM/ Belgium

Lifetime Achievement
Josée Dayan: legendary French director/producer/writer

Comedy Drama and Sitcom
Parlement – Staffel 2: Cinétévé, Studio Hamburg Serienwerft/ France TV Distribution/ France TV, ONE, WDR, SWR/ France

The White Lotus Series 2: HBO in association with Rip Cord and The District/ Project Zeus/ HBO/ Sky Atlantic/ USA